By Ruel S. De Vera
At its sentimental and dramatic heart, the comic book series “Cast” seems to be about a love triangle unfolding amid the hustle and bustle of a high school play—but it turns out to be about so much more. That’s why “Cast” was arguably the most popular ongoing series of the 2000s, with hundreds of young followers.
By Pam Pastor
Twenty-four-year-old Patricia Mae Icban Hermogenes is living the dream she’s had for years: to live in New York and work in the fashion industry.
By Jill Tan Radovan
There are many things to remember the ’90s by. The music was a healthy mix of pop, grunge, alternative and R&B; think Nirvana, Alanis Morissette, Weezer, Lisa Loeb, Hanson, Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, TLC and Boyz 2 Men. Some of the most memorable youth-oriented flicks of all time—“Clueless,” “10 Things I Hate About You,” “Empire Records,” “Reality Bites”—were shown in the ’90s.
By Tatin Yang
For a fantasy or paranormal series to last 10 years on TV is no easy feat, and yet “Supernatural” makes it seem as easy as Dean Winchester’s favorite pie.
Nautilus Comics announces two special releases during Indieket 2014.